Mother’s portrait by James Whistler

An American from Paris, who received his first skills in fine arts in Russia, and for the most part lived in England, is all James Whistler. The founder of the

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Showcase by James Whistler

Whistler believed that a true artist is able to turn into a work of art any, the most common everyday scene. He also spoke about this in his “Ten Hour

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Creek by James Whistler

Many art critics believe that the best works of Whistler are his engravings. He really was an outstanding master of this genre, yielding, perhaps, only to the great Rembrandt. Even

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Sea, beach and shapes by James Whistler

Like many of his contemporaries, Whistler showed great interest in Japanese culture. It became a real revelation for the then public, causing a lot of imitations and interpretations. The first

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Portrait of Theodore Dure by James Whistler

Theodore Dure – personality, in many respects remarkable. It was one of the few art critics who from the very beginning understood and appreciated the works of the Impressionists. With

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Storm by Sunset – James Whistler

Whistler worked in a variety of techniques. In addition to oil paintings and engravings, he created a large number of lithographs, watercolors and pastels. It was the pastel that proved

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At the piano by James Whistler

“At the piano” – the first big picture of Whistler, work on which was begun in London in November 1858, and finished next spring. In the painting we see the

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